Sony unveils glitzy new Inzone line as they dive into PC market
Tokyo, Japan - Sony has unveiled its new Inzone line of products in an attempt to make their big leap into PC gaming.
Inzone offers monitors and headsets that promise to "help you see and hear more clearly and react faster for invincible gaming."
"We are entering the gaming gear industry with monitors and headsets at an exciting time, since gaming and esports have gotten even more popular over the last few years," explained Sony's president of home entertainment and sound products Kazuo Kii.
Each product – which currently includes two monitors and three headphones — boast some pretty impressive specs at different price points.
The higher end M9 monitor, which is going for $899, offers 4k resolution at 144Hz, and the H9 headset, priced at $299, offers noise cancellation.
Sony promises seamless use with the PlayStation 5's best features, such as HDR Tone Mapping.
The company revealed recently that they expect nearly half of their game launches will be released on PC and mobile by 2025, so the Inzone line will probably fit in perfectly.
"We are leveraging Sony’s high quality display and audio technologies to deliver products that will allow gamers to immerse themselves into their gaming world," Kii added.
The PlayStation 5 is now the only console that offers its very own external monitor, which may end up as a waste of time or total game changer.
Cover photo: Collage: Mark RALSTON / AFP & Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP